The Briefly for September 12, 2018 – Sometimes You Gotta Break Some Stuff
Educate yourself with what to expect on Thursday's ballot with the NYC campaign finance board voting guides.
If you or someone you know are hospitalized, you can request an absentee ballot today for tomorrow's primaries.
An explanation of the I.D.C. and how it plays into this year's elections, by The New York Times.
A last minute guide to voting on primary day, from the Gotham Gazette.
Forgotten New York gets nerdy about entrances to subway stations, including some historic work that dates back over 110 years at Borough Hall and Wall St.
Sometimes you gotta break some stuff, and there are two places in the city where you can pay to do just that.
Tips for new students in NYC from StreetEasy.
It's almost fall, which means it's almost food market season!
The NYCHA developments in the Upper East Side were ranked as some of the worst in the country.
The Staten Island Wheel was given another extension to get construction back on track, so we'll come back to this on January 7, 2019.
State Senate primaries should never receive this much national attention, but Julia Salazar and Martin Malavè Dilan's election keeps getting more bizarre. Salazar came out as a victim of sexual abuse at the alleged hands of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's spokesperson. This was ahead of The Daily Caller publishing a story about it.
Cultural Academy for the Arts And Sciences teacher Deidre DeLoatch won a $2,000 grant so that she and her students can immortalize Henrietta Lacks. Students will write poetry, conduct research and debate what it means to participate in a clinical study.
The mother of Madison Lyden, the Australian tourist killed while riding her bike in Central Park last month, against one of the drivers involved in the accident. Community Board 7 is calling on the DOT to install a two way bike lane to precent more deaths along Central Park West.
Are those 11 illegal Gila monsters in your car or are you just happy to see me?
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